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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. Friday. Juno 10. 1921.
MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL Br OmHm Sughroe O Vmim Mi i h i IU Oh Death, Where Is Thy Stini? SODA WATER -I Two simple word., yet they menu a wealth of satisfaction and pleasure to the average person on a warm day, or for n social sip of an evening. For those who discriminate, "enjoyable" soda water must be more than merely a thirst quencher. It must Imj served by immaculate dispensers from u sanitary fountain and equipment, kept spotlessly clean in pleasant surroundings. The carbonated water must bo "live." The fruit juice of the purest, and if ice cream is used, it must bo a palatable combination of the richest and purest ingredients. This fittingly describes the soda water and service at our store. HENNINGER DRUG CO. THE REXALL STORE- 1 S. Most people like Sundaes. All like Chocolate. Everylwdy lias a real good time with a Chocolate Sundae at Hcnningcr's. We are Here to Please and Cater to Your Wants In the Eating Business. We are Handling Fresh Meats, Lunch Specialities of all Kinds. Come Here for Your Picnic Supplies. A Large Assortment of Cakes and Cookies at all times. Large can Peaches 20c Fancy Evaporated Apples, pound . 18c Gallon Peaches 80c Gallon Apricots 90c Gallon Logan Berries .... $1.35 15c Loaves Bread 10c Bring Us Your Produce. Cash For Eggs and Poultry. H. E. KREEK & SON Meet Your Friends in Oregon, July4 Summer Voiles and Organdies Just received New Voiles in the latest patterns, cut in dress patterns, five and six yards lengths, in light and dark patterns. Priced 50c, 65c, 75c a yard Visit Our Grocery Department Friday and Saturday Big Specials at MOORE 6 SPRINGER'S Celebrate in Oregon, July 4 Sure Oregon is solar to cele- j Be prepared to learn your ate the 4th of Jtlf. A, B, brate Attention, Horn ami Girl of Holt County. One of the best premium list that has been nffcieil to the boys' and glrU' clulu of MIouri I offered thl year. Read it through caicfully und plan to enter for some of the.. prlic.. There i.i no reason why Holt county should not bring home her share of honor from thin fair. The event will be open to member of boy' and glrN' club enrolled between July t, 1920, ami July 1, 1021. Tho wishing to take part muxt notify the Home Dem onstration Agent or the County Agent by August 1. Following i. u li.t of the premium offered to club boy and girls: Hair, laundry or sewing, S2.S1, .0c. Cap, dust or demonstration, $'2, $1, 50c. Apron, S2, $1, f.Oc. Night gown, S- $1, 50c. Uloomcrs, S2, St, GOc. Article for home, S2, $1, 50c. Combination suit, S2, $1. o0c. 1'ettlcoat or princess slip, S2, $1, 50c. I'atch on garment, 12, SI, 50c. Darn on stocking, S2, SI, 50c. Wash dress, made In Course II, S-, SI. 60c. Middy blouse or middy suit, S3, SI. :.0c. Vuh dress, made in Course III. S2. I St. 50c. One loaf white bread, $2, SI, 50c. One-half dozen rolls, S2, SI, 50c. One doten rolled cookies $2, SI, 50c. One dozen diopped cookies, S2, SI. 50c. Poultry, one cockerel and pullet, general purpo.c breeds, $5, $4, S3, S2, SI. Poultry, one cockcirl and one pullet, egg breeds, S"i, $1, S3. $2, SI. Potatoes, one plate of five, S3, S2, SI. Tomatoes, one plate of five, S3, S-. Corn single ear, white, grown by corn club member in 11)21, S2. $1, SI. SI. Corn single ear, yellow, grown by corn club member in 1121, S2, St. 5I SI. CLUH KXHIHITS: Canning 24 jars, half fruit, half vegetables, at least five varieties of each, SKi, S12, S10, S7, S3. Kxhibit of soils of n district made by a club. S3. S2. SI. Club note hooks, giving club leader. club offlccri., member club motto, favorite club song, favorite club veil. proceedings of each meeting, story of club festival or achievement day ami any other spcciul events. Illustrated with club pictures. The material In this note book must be prepared by at least three members. Only one book from u club, S5. S4, S3, S2, SI. Collection of club posters. Not larger than 18 by 24 Inches. Not lest than two and not more than four from any one club, rosters should show pictures of local groups and or indiv iduals at work, pageants, local exhib its, name of club, motto, man of dis trict showing farms and homes, in which club work was done, $5, S4, S3, S2.lt. DEMONSTRATION CONTESTS! Open to club members only. Contests will be held on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, August 10, It Two or three members selected from any club regularly enrolled during the cluh year, July 1, 1920, July 1, 1921, will constitute a team. tests in 1920 not eligible to enter in 1921. Teams demonstrating woik in homo economics, S30, S24, $18, J 15, $12. Teams demonstrating work In crops, poultry and live stock, $30, $24, $18, $15, $12. Stock Judging contests, open to club members only S3, $2, $1, for judging each of the following classes: Draft horses, mules, beef cattle, dairy cattle, Hwhto and poultry. Sweepstakes for ..all these classes, $1S, $12, $10, $5, $.1. I drain Judging contests, open to club members only $10, $5, $3, $2, $1, for Judging corn, wheat and oats. ! PIC, CLUB EXHIBITS. wuroc-jersey poor pigs, junior or cnnlnr 1H COO 1 fi .11 e I ft Cl ri-ll.u.. V'Vf r.v, Vfl 0. .3UW pigs, Junior or senior, $30, $20, $10, $14, $12, $8. Poland-Chinas boar pigs farrowed after March 1, 1921, $30, $20, $16, $12, o, W, ?4. how pigs farrowed or ter March 1. 1021, $30, $20, $10, $12, $8, W, $4, $4. Chester Whites, boar or sow pigs, lunlor or senior, $30, $20, $16, $14. $12, $8. Hampshlres, boar pigs, junior r se nior, $30, $20, $16, $14, $12, $8. Sow pigs, Junior or senior, $30, $20, $16, $14, $12, $8. Spott'ed-Foland Chinas, boar pigs, lurilor or senior, $20, $18, $15. $12, $10, $5, $5, $5, $5, $6. Sow pigs, Junior or senior, $20, $18, $15, $12, $10,' $5, $5, $5, $5, $5. BEEP CALF EXHIBITS: Galloways, calf, Junior or senior, $20, $10. Short-Horns, calf, Junior or senior, $15, $10 $8. $7, $6. $4. This Is sup plemented by the American Short Horrt Breeders' Association, $5 ' for each Short-Horn steer calf, either pure bred r sired by registered sire up to Me-o-my, how you'll take to $ a pipe and P. A.! Before you're a day older you want to let the idea slip under your hat that this is the open season to start something with a joy'us jimmy pipe and some Prince Albertl Because, a pipe packed with Prince Albert satisfies a man as he was never satis fied before and keeps him satisfiedl And, you can prove it I Why P. A.'s flavor and fragrance and coolness and its freedom aH' mBLA I Y from bite and parch (cut out by our exclusive pat ented process) are a reve lation to the man who never could get acquainted with a pipe I P. A. has made a pipe a thing of joy to four men where one was smoked beforel Ever roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert? Man, man but you've got a party coming your way I Talk about a cigarette smoke; we tell you it's a peach 1 Nnee Albert frlmf Alktrt ( mill I I'rrf rW mmd hmll rf tte hmmUmr, all -TBSS ri, c. the national joy tmoke twenty calves. clle Itamsey played the wedding march IJAim CALF EMIIIIITS: and during the ceremony played "I llolsteln calves. Junior or senior, $15, love You Truly." i lie urlile, who wus given in mar- iic uiiiii-, nu nun kit" i" mar! A W 'JC rlage by her father, Mr. C. T. (Jraves, f " Or Oclie DO won' a wime sunn gown, inn lour panels on the skirt weie of lare and emhrnlileird in pearls. Her tulle veil which was held In place with a band of mi.,., ,.r ,i, ..n,. ...I nPi. c.ti the bottom of her skirt. She carried Jt u shower bouquet of white ro?e and I lilies of the valley. . the mad of lionnr. H ss -Malia u I $10, $8. $7. tO. ti. Jersey calve lun or or senior. S15. $10, $8, $7.- SO, $4. aTATK CHAMPIONS: IIhV wlnnlnir largest number nf In. dlvMual blue ribbons, (team contests und rlub exhibits not considered), $25. Cirl winning largest number of in. dividual blue ribbons (team contests ami club exhibits not considered). $25, Tin ce teams will represent Missouil ut the Interstate l ulr, Sioux City, Itamsev. wore a orown of flesh colored I I Iowa. September 19-24. 1921. having uenrirpttn nnd enrrlnd nn old fni.hlnnpil ull expenses paid, Tlie-e will be the noegay. The bridcsinuids, Miss EloUo Youell.t Jk L.l.rnu m . kit.... f ...tl.. )-..... III TUIIIUA, lIU, ..111.1. I.Ukllll IIIUII1-, t I .1. t .(..III i ntA . tt. , II.. . A. UUUKII. HI i.iuiiiuiiii, .ilu., .Minn .urn- lorie Kecd, of Liberty, Mo and Miss Durnthy Mattlcks, ume various color ed orgamllo dresses nnd carried old fashioned noegays. Little Karl Hay mond Weaver, the rlngbcarcr, woio o suit of white satin. He carried tho Head Register ed Short-Horn Bulls. winning team demonstrating woik In crop, poultry and live stock, the win ning team Demonstrating woik in home economics and the thiec highest winners in tho sweepstakes for judg ing draft horses, mules, beef cattle. daliv cattle, swine ami poultry. I lie llazcl-Atias tiiass company, Wheeling, W, vn., will pay expenses Scotch and Scotch top I breeding. Good hull A low. Jlr. ttumsey wns iitteniieii ny Mr. Marlon I). Wultner us best man. i A teceptlon followed the reiemony. The dining room was decorated with fcins and Dorothy rcrKlns roses, inn to tho amount of $24 to the fivo high-1 a white satin heart-shaped pll I'sl cunning tieinunniruuoii it'iiiun uciii onstratlng at the State Fair. Hazel Atlas jars must bo used In tho demon stiatlon and the team must make an exhibit of l'i Jais, usln Hazel-Atlas jar. This may be ti pari oi mo regu lar exhibit of fruit and vegetables or of meat. Farm Hoys' and (ilrls' Leader, lies Moines, Iowa, offer ono year's sub scription to the winner of third place in ull club nroiects. M. MAY LONG, Homo Demonstration Agent. o viduals. Some out of j exceptionally good mllkinj dams. Come and select your choice Priced reasonably. have left for nu Fustcrn tllp.. They will be ut home nfter July 1 at 1028 West Waldo, Independence, Mo. o Had a ItaUlng, Craig Masonic lodge had a leal "hot i time in the old town," Tuesday of this A. J. & P. Maurer Sunnybrook Farm Graham, Mo. firates-ltamscy ..any oi ine iL-uin u, Ua. uui.v,. - - - - . . , v and especially those oi iviaiiiaroi anui i'j - in.'. Clay township, wilt remember Miss local lodge calling on tho members rnrnlvn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Oregon, Forest City, Maltland and Char e?T Graves who for yew were I"01""1 tot rach ot tl,es0 t0 con" ldt. of ' Ma tland, am we're "t . rer the degree and Craig to confer one. the head of the great Merry Maiden It uh a good sized Job that it Jersev hen! necessitated their beginning the work Well, Carolyn, the former little tot1 J" the afternoon at 2 o'clock, and I it of Maltland, is now a June bride, as hung on until 2 a. m., by the time the TlnTtM Th! &Si . "The marriage of .Miss Carolyn and those who were there say It was a Frances uraves ana mr. j. waisoni-- i week, June 14, caused by the raising of j V fivo candidates to the third degree. Itamsey, Jr.,1 took place at S o'clock Wednesday night, June 8, at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. H. J. Weaver, 4305 Harrison street. Do you know your A, 0, p's. We are triad to hear that "Uncle" IIC.TCI, ll.llt.uil Dk.vv-. .IVIIIfr 11 IIIISlll., V. VIIV UIU.CU Ulv Rev. John A. McAfee, of Topeka, read trlct, who has btm go very sick, ii the service before an altar of palms . somewhat better. His sons, Claud, of and candles. .'Before the ceremony 'Maryyille, aid Mont, of Caneron, have Mlas Gladys Ramsey sang "At Dawn Ins' 'tad "O. PromUe He." Miss Lh AT been wth Um. but have returned to their ksaea. SSL. M n.... rv- m i .M.mmwvmnvKSUtV Kytn-Nute. Miss Nellie Ryan, (laughter of Mrs, n. Ryan, 102 South Eleventh street. St, Joseph, Mo., and Alfred Nute, of Maltland, Mo. were married at 7 o'clock, Saturday night, June 11, In the rectory of St. Joseph's cathedral, St. Joseph, tho Rev. C. F. Ruddy offi ciating. Miss Marybelle Soldner and Wilfred Soldner, cousins of the bride, were the only attendants, and the cere mony wa 'performed In the presence of only the Immediate families. After the ceremony a. reception for relatives and Intimate friends was held at the home ot the bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.. William Seldner. 702 South' Eleveath streets After a short.' weuumy trip. Mr. via rare. r(ui wui be at horn In Columbkit Mo; j - i -.ar.tte.A..B.C'T kfc(ixM .M